Vistana Kuala Lumpur Titiwangsa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... us feel that they must now be the safest airline flying after two horrific crashes in the last year or so, and to blame for neither of them.
Most years we have done a one week stopover somewhere in Asia on our flight over to Europe, but because we are packing so much into this trip and trying to keep it under three months, this time we decided to just have a two night stopover in KL.
... The lamb was delicious, but I had asked for not spicy. It turned out to be so hot I couldn’t eat it; I dreaded to think what the spicy option was like!
We were too tired to complain, so paid and left, we needed to sleep. Cip went for a wonder round, while Edd and I went back to our room and I sat and blogged while he read the news. I got stuck into another video and went to bed long after I had intended to and only because I could no long keep my eyes open.
... so we casually strolled back to our room and relaxed for half an hour and started to look at pictures we had taken over our time here in Boracay. Before we knew it, it was ten o'clock and someone was waiting for us to walk us to the mini bus. We assumed we would get the mini bus from where it dropped us off but apparently we were mistaken. We had to walk a little further, but luckily it was still manageable morning temperatures. The mini bus turned out to be more like a ...
... before heading back to the hostel to crash. I had the top bunk of these pod type beds and it was the highest and hardest bed to get in and out of, I actually nearly fell the first time and embarrassed myself in front of 3 of my roommates! Just like when I'm in any big city, I decided my first day in Kuala Lumpur should be spent walking around as much of the city as possible. I got a map from reception and over breakfast circled the major spots to visit including the mosque, ...
... of town by the look of the shabby tower blocks and one or two eccentric locals. But hey, the hotel was cheap so you can't moan too much, and there were loads of cheap Indian eating options near the hotel, so the budget loved it!
We spent a fair bit of time on foot, hitting some of the main sights, like the Petronas Towers which looked much smaller than I'd imagined and the KL Tower which had some ...